1) “Diffuse osseous metastatic lesions” just means widespread bone metastases.
2) Enhancing lesion in the liver usually suggests that there is a metastasis of the cancer in the liver.
3) Sclerotic just refers to a “hardening” reaction of a bone lesion. It basically just describes the appearance of a bone lesion there, but the term doesn’t have particularly significant clinical relevant beyond just noting that there is a bone lesion there.
Howard (Jack) West, MD
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